Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan met with the participants of the iGorts program, under which Diaspora specialists have been involved in the government of the Republic of Armenia. The 49 Diaspora specialists are working for 19 different agencies.
“We have worked out this program with great enthusiasm, great hopes and expectations. I want to thank you all for sharing this extremely difficult period with us from within. And now, this topic and idea, which was initially the basis of the program, is becoming more urgent, because of the challenges facing our country, of course, can be solved through the consolidation of our national intellectual potential,” said Prime Minister Pashinyan.
He also emphasized that the presence of so many representatives within the meeting rooms of Armenian government already speaks volumes about the success of the program.
Chief Commissioner of Diaspora Affairs Zareh Sinanyan noted that the current results of the iGorts program indicate that the program corresponds with the vision underlying it. Afterwards, the program participants openly presented their programs, strategies, and proposals to the Prime Minister.